Borrowed Time
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Borrowed Time

This was an odd one, but ultimately a good read. “Borrowed Time” by John Nolte explores themes of immortality, morality, and the fragility of human existence, wrapped up in a suspenseful and somewhat philosophical look at what it would be

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Firefax
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Firefax

Going into this, I thought this was going to be similar to National Treasure because of the references to the American Revolution and a hunt for a city of gold, but I was way off. Sure, that’s part of it

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Perfume꞉ Penguin Modern Classics
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Perfume

I first read and loved this years ago, back when Penguin started releasing their line of classic books with the orange and white covers. I’d not thought of it since until I found it in a recent two-for-one sale, so

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Sand
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Sand

Sand, by Hugh Howey, is a book I first read when it came out many years ago now on Kindle. I’d been a fan of Howey’s since stumbling on his Wool series just as the second book in the series

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Syncing Forward
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Syncing Forward

Syncing Forward, by W. Lawrence, is some incredible science fiction. Slow and deliberate, depressing but a story of hope. We follow Martin James, who, due to circumstance, finds himself slowed to 1/4000th speed of normal humans. Trapped in his own

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